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Mass Rocks are found throughout Ireland, they were used in Penal times during the 17th century to celebrate mass at a time when doing so was illegal. This Mass Rock in Blarney, County Cork, is a particularly good example.
The Round Tower at Waterloo, just outside Blarney, is a curious folly built in the mid 19th Century by Father Matt Horgan, then parish priest of Blarney.
The Church of the Resurrection in Blarney, County Cork was built in 1776 and is the oldest building still in use on The Square, in the centre of town. The house of worship, which belongs to the Church of Ireland, features fine stained glass windows.
Located just steps from the famous castle in Blarney, County Cork, Blarney House dates back to 1874. It is surrounded by an expanse of parkland with rare trees, formal gardens, manicured lawns, rose beds and more.
The world-famous Blarney Castle in Cork is one of Ireland’s top tourist destinations. Just ten minutes from Cork City, this medieval attraction boasts not only the Blarney Stone but also the magical Rock Close area.
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